While nonprofit job growth has remained flat over the past year, it is hard to tell whether the same is true for nonprofit compensation.
On September 19 The Chronicle will release the results of its annual executive-compensation survey showing how top-level nonprofit salaries are faring.
What might nonprofit executives and workers at all levels expect this year and beyond? How is federal and state scrutiny of nonprofit compensation affecting salary and benefits throughout the nonprofit world? And what role are nonprofit boards playing in setting fair and competitive compensation?
Below is the transcript of a live online discussion about nonprofit salaries in a tough economy.
Brian H. Vogel, a senior principal at Quatt Associates, where he focuses on nonprofit compensation, strategic planning, organizational development, and performance management. Mr. Vogel is a co-author of Nonprofit Executive Compensation: Planning, Performance, and Pay.
Ira Madin is executive vice president of Professionals for NonProfits, a staffing firm for nonprofits, where he oversees the company’s operations in New York; Newark, N.J.; and Washington. Previously Mr. Madin served as senior vice president for development at New York Hospital.